I just read this post on Acid Free Pulp, and I thought I’d pass the news along. This is a local event for those of us that are South Floridians, and one the should be well worth attending.
For the frequent readers of this blog, you know that I’m located in the Big Apple. Because I live in NYC, I’m lucky to be exposed to many great cultural shenanigans–especially, writerly events. However, this post will be different.
I’ve noticed that many comments are from readers who wish they had something comparable in their home city.¹ Well, for those from South Florida, you’re in luck! I’ve been tipped off that John Barth will be reading and discussing a new essay from the most recent Granta. Quite frankly, I didn’t even know that Barth was still alive (many of his contemporaries have long been buried). The works of his I’m most familiar with are Lost in the Funhouseand Chimera.
I’ve been to Granta readings in the past and I’m sure the one in Miami will be enjoyable also. Here are the details:
Feb 7 2012 8:00…
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